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Born A Crime
by Trevor Noah

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This collection of stories about Trevor Noah's life growing up in a post-apartheid South Africa is filled with his trademark sparkling wit and provides both tear-jerking and truly thought-provoking moments. Some of the stories are not in chronological order which can make them difficult to follow at times, but the book overall is very enjoyable.

Im not going out there
by paul bright

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Great

Llama Llama And The Bully Goat
by Anna Dewdney

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my favorite!

Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone
by Jk Rowling

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Amazing

Black Like Me
by John Howard Griffin

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This book is very relevant to the current racial struggles in America, following a white journalist who lives through the African-American experience in the Jim-Crow South. Written as a series of journal entries, Black Like Me fully illustrates the horrors that black citizens experienced daily in the 1950s and 60s as well as the effects of the journey on the author, both emotionally and professionally. It is a must read for anyone looking to broaden their understanding of the role of race in American society.

The Selection Book 1
by Kiera Cass

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This book is a dystopian future mixed with romance. The main character is strong, independent, and stays true to who she is throughout this book. If you like the Bachelor, then you will love the competition for the Prince's heart. The characters are well developed, and every time a chapter ends, you will be desperate to read the next.

Duck And Goose
by Tad Hills

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love it. So silly and fun

The Phantom Of The Opera
by Gaston Leroux

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A classic French story of mystery and romance that has inspired many various adaptations throughout the years.

Mark Of Athena
by Rick Riordan

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This third book in the Heroes of Olympus series is definitely the best one. Mark of Athena masterfully mixes old characters and concepts from the Percy Jackson series with new protagonists and mythology to create an amazing original story. Written from the perspective of four different characters, this story takes readers from San Francisco to Rome and has delightful stops along the way that highlight the history of the regions. While it is a long book (almost 600 pages), it is an exciting page turner that will keep you engaged. (This book is gold for ages 9-13, but it would be a good idea to read the Percy Jackson series first).

The School For Unusual Girls
by Kathleen Baldwin

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This book is great for anyone who loves historical fiction mixed with adventure and romance. This book is filled with mystery, spy missions, dashing young lords and strong female characters that all girls can relate to. Baldwin knows how to write a compelling story and readers will not be able to put this book down till the story is complete.